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If you are a teacher, you probably have experienced the following. You have taught a course, felt good about it, and then had students not do so well on the exam. A good teacher (which I think we all strive to be), asks themselves how that happened. You probably also recognize that it is now… Continue reading Classroom Assessment: Unlocking the Door to Learning
I am a skin care junky. Yes, I said it. When I started using eye cream at the tender age of 16 people thought I was crazy. Believe me, there was many an expert that told me I was wasting my money and just did not need an eye cream. That kind of advice followed… Continue reading Endor Technologies Eye Contour
I recently saw a friend’s post asking people to participate in a group challenge posting gratitude posts for the month of September. It got me thinking about what I am grateful for. Of course I am grateful for my family and friends. I think we tend to always think in that direction when asked what… Continue reading Gratitude
Microneedling, dermal needling, derma rolling, collagen induction therapy. All terms to describe the method of poking small holes into the skin in order to induce a wound that then, through the healing process, creates a thicker and healthier skin. This occurs through our skin’s amazing ability to heal itself and the process it goes through… Continue reading Microneedling & Wound Healing
As a teacher in adult education I think on that word a lot. What is worth, worth? As an educator, it is your number one job to impart on your students that they have worth. Too many educators think it is just about giving facts, handing out tests, and demonstrating a skill for them to… Continue reading Worth
Especially when they want you in it
Manners and professionalism are so important to me